Even DisastersYona Harvey
Even disasters wear white & turn to honey. A hive of bad hair days swarms inside me. Doom is lessened out of the public eye. The welts, at least won’t show. Dressed to the nines & too sweet in the mouth. What did he mumble? Something about insects garnishing the frosting? A baby buried somewhere inside the cake.
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